Jeff Sessions Sued By 12 Years Old Girl To Legalize Medical Marijuana

Alexis Bortell suffering from epilepsy that doctors prescribed cerebrum surgery to treat her seizures. But, Bortell moved with her family from Texas to Colorado, where medical marijuana was lawful. Presently, Bortell takes a drop of fluid THC in the morning and another around evening time. She's been without the seizure for more than two years. While this is surely a win for Bortell's wellbeing, the 12-year-old can't come back to Texas and remain on the only medicine that has effectively treated her seizures. So let's see what she did for it.

Alexis Bortell suffering from epilepsy that doctors prescribed cerebrum surgery to treat her seizures. But, Bortell moved with her family from Texas to Colorado, where medical marijuana was lawful. Presently, Bortell takes a drop of fluid THC in the morning and another around evening time. She’s been without the seizure for more than two years. While this is surely a win for Bortell’s wellbeing, the 12-year-old can’t come back to Texas and remain on the only medicine that has effectively treated her seizures. So let’s see what she did for it.

Alexis Bortell

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Alexis Bortell, 12, who is suffering from epilepsy, documented the claim in the Southern District of New York against US Attorney General Jeff Sessions in July.

Alexis filed a lawsuit

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Alexis Bortell registered the lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against Sessions, the Department of Justice and the Drug Enforcement Agency in July.

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Different offended parties on the lawsuit involve Bortell’s dad, Dean, and former NFL player Marvin Washington, as indicated by sources.

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The lawsuit looks to make medicinal marijuana lawful in the US. There are currently 29 states and in addition Washington, DC, that has authorized medical marijuana. Click on the next page to continue.